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Monday, 29 December 2008



YUM! Everything looks fresh. I'll take your advice and sit at the bar since I'm also *ahem* vertically challenged.


for the price I would have liked to see better cuts of the the chinese cabbage (not the hard stems!) and definitely not carrots...shiitake, please!!


Looks good! Definitely agree about having tea. I'm not a soda drinker, so I'd only be able to get water. Maybe I should just bring a teapot and some tea...

OT, but Ed's Bistro isn't closed. It's just changed into Gapo Resto. I think it's the same owner. And aside from 97 Supermarket, is there any other place in San Diego I can find BeerLao?


Hi Sharon - Give it shot and let me know how you enjoy it!

Hi Kat - They went full on budget with the veggies....

Hi Johari - You can try World Foods, they carry it on occasion. There are a couple of Lao Markets in San Diego, but I haven't had the time to check them out. I'll post what I find. Thanks for the info on Ed's, I understand that the Owners are from Olongapo...... so that name change makes sense.


Sounds warm and comforting. When we get back from Oregon, we'll have to visit the Shabu Shabu House just to get the chill of snow and ice out of our bones =) Thanks for the review.


Looks interesting but I think I still prefer Little Sheep style hot pot versus Shabu Shabu House style. See? You got me all addicted to the half and half and those darn lamb wontons! (ahhh, good times! heehee)


Hi Lynnea - Happy New Year! You may want to try Little Sheep as well.

Hi Carol - I prefer Huo Guo as well...... but we need to give equal time. ;o)

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